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Image from page 15 of “The work of the Open Court Publishing Co. : an illustrated catalogue of its publications covering a period of twenty-one years (1887-1907) consisting of a complete book list with brief characterizatiion of authors and contents, incl
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Title: The work of the Open Court Publishing Co. : an illustrated catalogue of its publications covering a period of twenty-one years (1887-1907) consisting of a complete book list with brief characterizatiion of authors and contents, including also a selection of noteworthy articles from the Monist and the Open court
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Open Court Publishing Company. Chicago
Subjects: Philosophy Catalogs, Publishers’ — United States
Publisher: Chicago
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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s of Zellar andBoNiTz, the two chief modern German exponents of Aristo-telianism. Not the least advantage of the present translation is the incor-poration of the translators own work and thought. He hasdone his best, within the limited space he has allowed himselffor explanations, to provide the student with ample means otjudging for himself in the light of the most recent researchesin Greek philosophical literature, the value of Aristotles accountof previous thought as a piece of historical criticism. Just as I use your Hume and your Kants Prolegomena in class work, Ihope to be able to introduce Aristotle and His Predecessors. … It isdone with Professor Taylors well-known and admirable skill. —R. M. Wenley, University of MicJiigan. The version is concise, clear and scholarly, and the book cannot but befound interesting and serviceable by students, whether of Greek or philos-oph.\-, who are engaged upon this important text.—The Scotsman. 7 THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO., CHICAGO.

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ARISTOTLE. Bust of the Statue of the Palace Spada at Rome. • From The Open Court, XIV, p. 616. THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO., CHICAGO. EDGAR A. ASHCROFT. MR. .ISHCROrT, a native of Eiii^kuid and a man of great earnest-ness and boldness, treats the religious problem with frankness andenthusiasm. Though very critical in religious matters and a followerof Ernst llacckel, he is anxious to have the religious and sentinientaldesires of mankind satisfied. He zoants guidance in life and tenableideas based on truih, but he has found flic established religionslaclcing in scientific truth, and pJulosophical and scientific reformersnot sufficiently appreciative of the needs of mans soul. His book.The JVorlds Desires, icJiich bears the secondary title The Resultsof Monism, is dedicated to Professor Ernst Hacckel, zvho acceptedit with thanks for your excellent exposition of our Monism, andmainly for tlie great honor of my personal dedication. I hope yourbook will Icrv much contribute to the under

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